Manchester City breathe the sweet air of freedom after UEFA's FFP case against them collapsed at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
In the short term, the race for the top four suddenly got a lot more exciting. In the medium term, the future for City, for their coach and top players, is looking much more optimistic. In the long term - the repercussions could be huge.
We're joined by Tariq Panja of the New York Times and Miguel Delaney of the Independent to discuss the verdict.
Where does the credibility of UEFA's enforcement stand after this verdict? What's the future for the FFP system? Is this a decisive moment in revealing where the power really lies in European football?
Plus there's Jack's story, Brendan's bombs and a possible final day face off between Leicester and Man Utd.